1400 Southlawn Pl.
Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Evenings available by appointment.
To schedule an appointment, please feel free to email a staff member directly.
|Cathi Hendricks, MSW, LCSW, Staff Social Worker
Cathi received a Master's in social work from Aurora University. She provides direct clinical service to students with a variety of concerns, some of which include stress, depression, anxiety, substance abuse, school issues, family and relationships issues, grief and loss, domestic violence, sexuality, personal growth and adjustment issues, as well as current and past trauma. Cathi also provides tailored services to meet the needs of students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (Asperger's Syndrome), including a support group, case management and collaboration with other university offices to ensure student success.
|Toyah Wilson, Psy.D, Staff Psychologist/Training Coordinator
Dr. Wilson is a licensed Clinical Psychologist. She received her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology. Throughout her training and professional career, Dr. Wilson has worked in university counseling centers and private practice. Dr. Wilson has special interest and expertise in the areas of trauma, women’s issues, relationship concerns, life transitions, grief, depression, anxiety and diversity. As the training coordinator, Dr. Wilson oversees the clinical training program and provides supervision for doctoral graduate student interns.
|Lauren Sbarbaro, MA, LADC
Lauren Sbarbaro is in her first year as a doctoral intern for Counseling Services. She graduated with a Master's in clinical psychology from Midwestern University and is currently still working on her doctorate. She also has a Master's in Addiction Counseling from The Hazelden Graduate School of Addiction Studies and is a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor in the state of Minnesota. She worked as an addictions counselor at an inpatient drug and alcohol treatment center for adolescents and young adults prior to her relocation to Illinois. Lauren has experience and special interests in working with young adults struggling with addiction, anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, stress, transitional issues and personal growth.
|Courtney Kibble, LPC, CADC
Courtney Kibble is in her second year as a doctoral intern for Counseling Services. She graduated with a master’s in clinical psychology from the The Chicago School of Professional Psychology and is currently still working on her doctorate. She is licensed in Illinois as both a professional counselor and an addictions counselor. She first developed a strong interest in working with college students while interning on campus during her own four years at Aurora University. She graduated from AU in 2011 with a degree in psychology before pursuing graduate school. She is trained to provided short-term and long-term therapy. She also strongly believes in providing flexibility to enhance the therapeutic process and encourage student growth. Courtney has diverse experiences working with students struggling with many different concerns including anxiety, stress, depression, substance abuse, career exploration, and personal growth. She also enjoys working with students in other contexts such as outreach and other campus involved activities.
Our individual services are designed to be short-term. Often a few individual meetings can help you better identify, understand, and resolve the barriers that may be interfering with your sense of personal well being and/or academic success. These confidential services are for AU students in both undergraduate and graduate programs.
All services are free and confidential.